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Employment contracts and handbooks

 

An important part of all companies is commercial business contracts. Here at Fishers Solicitors, we understand the value of contracts, whether dealing with products, services throughout or beyond the usual course of business and restricting business risk, in all business contexts.

 

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Commercial contracts allow firms, should anything go wrong, to protect and balance their commercial interest and restrict liability.

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At Fishers Solicitors our team of commercial solicitors have years of working with small, medium and large sizes companies. In the years of operating, Fishers have specialised in a wide range of companies from local firms in the Ashby area, to the surrounding villages if Coalville and Swadlincote to much further afield in Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire to nationally all over the Country.

 

It is common for almost all trade deals and transactions to be represented in a commercial contract in some way. Getting a well-drawn up contract often ensures that disputes between the parties can be settle and the risk of disagreements arising from practice can be prevented or mitigated.

 

Disputes relating to employment contracts and handbooks

Here at Fishers we take the time to understand your business to ensure we can draft suitable Employment contract dependent upon the nature of the work and advise you of potential pitfalls moving forwards.

 

Should you find yourself in a dispute relating to employment contracts, our solicitors are here to help. They will look at the dispute concerned and advise you as to the strengths and weaknesses of the dispute. Sometimes employment contracts can be out of date and fail to comply with the current laws and our solicitors can advise you whether the contract remains enforceable.

 

We recommend that your employment contracts and handbooks are reviewed at least once a year to ensure compliance with the relevant laws and to address any changes that the company may need to implement within the staff handbook.

 

At Fishers we have been helping employees settle disputes in and out of court. If you are after legal advice you can either make an enquiry, request a call back, or call us on 01530 412167.

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